On January 5, 2022, the Government of Canada introduced a program delivery update related to temporary resident permits (TRP). The term “implied status” has been replaced with “maintained status” on TRP web pages. In addition, the Government provided new instructions clarifying the restoration process of temporary resident status. Authorization to study or work can only be restored if an application is made before the expiration of that status, and the applicant remains in Canada until a decision is made on the application.
- The Federal Court granted an immigrant a judicial review for redetermination
- Canadian immigration backlog reached 1.8 million
- Newfoundland and Labrador arranges Information Sessions on the Atlantic Immigration Program for employers and prospective newcomers
- British Columbia invited 102 candidates through the BCPNP Tech
- Saskatchewan published Application Processing Times for SINP for the fourth quarter of 2021
- Ottawa updated definitions related to temporary resident permits